Sunrise at Loughman Lake

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Last week, Jim and I joined a few of our photography friends for some sunrise photography at Loughman Lake in Mims, Florida.  It is quite a spectacular location early in the morning.  Nature is just starting to wake up, it is calm, quiet and very peaceful.  You quickly forget about your long to-do list, what may be going on in …

Merry Christmas

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From our hearts to yours, may your Christmas be filled with love, family, friends and good cheer. Merry Christmas everyone. Click on image to play video.Share this Post

The Wonderful World of Werble

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Last month, I gave my first teaching presentation to our local camera club on the subject of iPhone Photography.  My talk focused on the various apps that I use during my post-processing, I showed a few before and after images and then I did a live demonstration showing everyone the steps I took to get to my final images.   …

Look Around

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We have all done it.  We arrive at a location for some landscape photography and get mesmerized by the main subject.  It can be the mountain, the canyon, the tree or anything else we went to photograph.  Often, it is reinforced by previous shots that we have seen of iconic locations.  We plant ourselves in front of the subject and …

Winners of the 38th Annual Harvestfest Photography Competition

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Last evening, Image Makers Photography Club in Truro, Nova Scotia held their 38th Annual Harvestfest Photography Competition.  Due to a last minute school closure, the usual meeting location had to be changed.  A special thank you goes out to the First Baptist Church in Truro for helping them with such short notice.  It was greatly appreciated.   There were 87 …

Edison and Ford Winter Estates – Part Two

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In last month’s blog entitled “Edison and Ford Winter Estates – Part One”, I introduced you to the winter estates of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford; however, most of the information was dedicated specifically to Edison and his properties because it was Edison who first established his winter home in Fort Myers.  Ford did not purchase his estate until 1916.  …